Rosehip Teahouse headline the Scared To Dance and For The Rabbits gig night at The Victoria. Support comes from Nice church.
★ Rosehip Teahouse ★
Hailing from Cardiff, Rosehip Teahouse, started life back in 2015 as the bedroom-pop project of guitarist and vocalist, Faye Rogers. Now expanded into a full-band, they have impressed with their sparkling take on DIY-pop, which has seen the band pack out their own headline tour and bag a high profile slot at Indietracks.
Musically, Rosehip Teahouse inhabit a world of melancholic beauty. Recalling the likes of Let’s Buy Happiness or a less frenetic Mothers. A band in that thrilling early stage; full of creativity and fearlessness, simultaneously making you long to hear what comes next and simply enjoy where they already are.
★ Nice Church ★
Born in a South Edinburgh barn circa 2015, Nice Church are ever evolving collective of musicians split between Scotland’s two biggest cities, with influences as diverse as Stanley Brinks, Erasure and Cats (the animals not the musical). Primary songwriter Kieran's debut album 'Chord on Cord' - released under the moniker Jens Cools - blazed a trail of hitherto untapped productivity, followed up this April with a self-titled offering that compiled the indie pop and anti-folksplorations of their earliest incarnations.
Their new tape E.P - 'The State of Emergency Is The Norm' - has a harder edge, with elements of post-punk and noise rock coming to the fore. Featuring tales of anti-nationalism, love and art school, 'The State of Emergency Is The Norm' confirms
Nice Church as a delightful, defiantly independent treasure.
★ Entry ★
You can get your free ticket at DICE.
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